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|Slogan||For Your Viewing Pleasure
Blowin' up Your SET!
|Broadcast area||Campus Televisions|
UCTV is a student television station run entirely by undergraduate students on the Storrs campus at the University of Connecticut's "Huskyvision" cable system. UCTV can be seen on channel 14 on the UConn campus. UCTV offers its members hands on experience in the broadcast and entertainment industry, including practical experience in broadcast news, finance, music, sports, marketing, and studio operations.
UCTV first launched back in 1991 as the only student-run television station on the Storrs campus of the University of Connecticut. Later that year, puppetry majors Mark Gale, Tim Lagasse, Dave Regan and English Major Andy Heidel launched UCTV's first-ever show, a puppet comedy known as "Egghead and Shively." With Gale playing Egghead, a one-eyed puppet with a smoking addiction, and Lagase portraying Shively, a caffeine-addicted puppet with a receding hairline, the show's four episodes were a hit on the UConn campus and quickly launched UCTV into campus-wide prominence. In the 18 years that have followed, UCTV has generated many well-known productions spanning a wide variety of genres, from news and sports, to music and sketch comedy among others. In the 2008-2009 academic year, UCTV reached the height of its production capabilities, rolling out a comprehensive 24-hour schedule featuring 20 student-made programs, including four sports shows, two talk shows, and even its own reality show. The station has also reached the height of its on-campus popularity and involvement, with over 100 students volunteering at UCTV as of 2009.
UCTV's studio is currently located in suite 409 of the University of Connecticut Student Union building. When it first began back in 1991, UCTV was located in the basement of the Wilbur Cross Library. The station then moved to a small house on King Hill Road next to Ted's Restaurant and Bar. It later moved to the ground floor of the Vinton Dormitory in the Towers Quadrangle student housing complex. When UConn completed construction and renovation on its new Student Union, there was a spot for UCTV, complete with a studio, master control room, editing suite, lobby and small office for Board Members. The station can still be found here, in room 409 next to WHUS-FM, the campus radio station.
The UCTV T-Shirt
UCTV is known for its quality productions, but that is not the only thing that makes them a popular entity across the UConn campus. Over the past few years, UCTV has developed a massive campus following with regards to their now-famous UCTV T-Shirts, which are given free to students on-campus every semester. The current T-Shirt format, which consists of the station's mascot, TV Head, in one of his/her trademark poses along with their motto "for your viewing pleasure" written on the back, has been distributed to thousands of UConn students. In 2009, Marketing Director Austin Keneshea released the station's first-ever multicolored t-shirts, a move that furthered the popularity of UCTV's famed promotional item and resulted in long lines of UConn students eager to get their hands on one.
UCTV Channel 14 News
A weekly news production covers everything from world to UConn news.
A weekly sports show covering UConn-related teams, issues, and topics. UC Sports includes editorials, round-tables, in-depth discussions, interviews, and highlights.
A weekly sports show that focuses on professional sports such as the NFL, the NBA, the NHL, MLB, NASCAR. The show provides recaps as well as in depth analysis.
A Sports game show hosted by Marco Ventimiglia.
A Weekly entertainment tabloid show.
Beating The Cover
A popular show that was discontinued after the 2007-2008 school year, due to its host, Dan Carroll's, graduation. The show consisted of tales of drinking and road trips as well as live in studio interviews and discussions.
Blazin Redfish Power Hour
The latest news, singles and issues in the music world.
A show about four friends who form an a cappella group to help them get girls.
A show about wildlife and animals.
A comedy about the lives of drug dealers. Ran during the 2008 fall semester.
The Dating Game
Originally called "The Dogfight" the show contained two hosts arguing about sports. In its current rendition there is one host, Mike Stricoff, and two analysts, Rich Cooke and Brendan Nohelty, who argue about hot topics in the world of sports as well as some more obscure sports related issues. There is also a segment called "Question of the Week" where students are asked about issues pertaining to the world of sports.
Don't Try This at Home
Egghead and Shively
The first show to ever air on UCTV, a puppet show.
A show hosted by Emmanuel Omokaro with Ryan Brown. It featured many high profile UConn athleates including, Kemba Walker, Alex Oriakhi, DJ Shoemate, Sio Moore, Nick Williams, and Taylor Mack. It also had the only aired interview with Johnny McEntee and the crew from the viral video "Trick Shot QB"
Flex Appeal is UCTV's fitness show and your source to learn about how you can get in shape or find a new way to stay in shape at UConn. The show brings quick, effective workouts right into your room and also provides you with information about other fitness resources on campus during our monthly specials. Tune in and see what you can do to turn up your Appeal.
Advertures in baking interlaced with music videos, hosted by UCTV's own Music Director, Kerry McConnell.
Get in Bed
The "infamous" sex-talk show of UCTV. The show consists of two people in a bed, although traditionally just girls, in 2008 guys joined the girls in the bed. The hosts take calls from students with questions about their or others' sex lives. The show is one of the University of Connecticut's most popular shows on UCTV.
Holla @ Me
A Variety show. Hosts included Troy Walcott and Melissa Huffman (2001–2002) Gabe "Pac" DeLeon and Chris McLaughlin (2000–2001)
Husky Sports Showcase
A Sketch comedy show hosted by Keith Marron. The show features a wide range of sketches that are sometimes raunchy. Started Fall 2009.
Lights, Camera, Sparxx
The Morning After
A daily talk show that airs live Monday-Friday from 8-10am.
OVERTIME is a UConn football and basketball recap show that also covers the national college landscape. The show breaks down highlights of games and does in-depth analysis of the teams. OVERTIME also has players on the show to interview about the teams. Evan Kaplan, Marcus Lynam, and Ryan Grace have been the producers of OVERTIME. Currently Marcus Lynam and Ryan Grace host the show. Marcus also writes the OVERTIME Blog.
The Political Show
Formerly called "In Deep" the show consists of banter between a Republican and Democrat.
A new show as of January 2008, the show (which does not condone heavy drinking, as per the disclaimer at the beginning of every show)consists of sixty one-minute long clips of music videos from all genres. It is perfectly acquainted to any students who may have "music A.D.D."
Remember The Whalers
Row Row Row
A cooking show.
Hosted by Greg Mullin, this sometimes crude sketch comedy show is one of the most watched programs on UCTV.
Something in The Water
Some Assembly Required
A show about healthy living hosted by Jessica Moore
A hit talk talk show that premiered Fall of 2010. Created, directed and hosted by David Solis and Eric Cato.They talk about all topics pertaining to college students from the latest trends, issues, politics, music, and the media.
The Tom and Geoffy Show
Turn it Up
A behind-the-scenes look at local bands from around campus. We explore the bands' history, ambitions, and personalities while they perform on the set.
A show based on MTV's Cribs.
UConn't Do That On Television
Hosted by Justin Mintzes, this is a show devoted to the classics shows of the past 17 years of UCTV. Classics has so far aired episodes devoted to such popular UCTV productions as "Egghead and Shively," "Section 8" and "Don't Try This at Home."
(2002–2004) An hour-long music video show showcasing national artists with a focus on independent artists. Included original interviews with Maroon 5, Jason Mraz, Third Eye Blind, Electric Six, Mae, and others. Hosted by Meredith Townsley (Kinsman) and Produced/Edited by David Laster.
The Weekly Show with Noelle
A weekly talk show with host Noelle Horelik. Guests range from Musicians to Athletes to Student organization leaders.
A sketch comedy show. Ran during the 2008 fall semester.
Board of directors
|Academic Year||General Manager||Production||Finance||Operations||News||Sports||Music/Entertainment||Marketing||Advertising||UCSPAN||Training/Equipment|
|1991–1992||Rob Vietzke (1991–1992)
Amanda Jewsbury(1991–1992) Chris Short(1991–1992)
|1992–1993||Chris Short (1992)
Jay Fiedler (1993) Tara Curtis (1992-1993)
|1993–1994||Kelly Langdon||Jessica Ryan|
|1996–1997||Lorne Lakin (1996)
John McCurdy (1997)
|JP Kelly||John McKenna||Ghiroli|
|1997–1998||JP Kelly||Alycia Glide|
|1998–1999||JP Kelly||Tim Larkin|
|1999–2000||Chuck Johnston||Joe Marino||Joe Kingsley||Tim Larkin||Kristen Mullaney||Matt O'Brien||Kathryn Talactac
|John McLaughlin||Meghan Smeriglio (Training)
Crystal Amaral (Equipment)
|2000–2001||Chuck Johnston (Fall '00)
Meghan Smeriglio (Spring '01)
|Mike Wininger||Vivek Sukumaran|
|2001–2002||Meghan Smeriglio (Fall '01)
Crystal Amaral (Spring '02)
|Daniel Guertin||Kelly McCabe||Vivek Sukumaran||Dara DeCroce||Chris Collins|
|2002–2003||Vivek Sukumaran||Chris Collins||Kelly McCabe||Andrew Pelletier||Dara DeCroce||Christian Senger||David Laster||Nick Aquilino||Eric Hole||Michael Suppe|
|2003–2004||Eric Hole||Ryan Mankus||Laura Melchionna||David Laster||Daniel Hutcherson||Michael Suppe||Joe Waller||Peter Finch|
|2004–2005||David Laster||Maurice Nelson||Laura Melchionna||Frank Archambeault Jr.|
|2005–2006||Maurice Nelson||Allison Lampner||Laura Melchionna
Thomas Murawski (2006)
|Frank Archambeault Jr.||Samantha Freda||Meghan McCormick||Kristi Hancock||Dana Timmons||Dana Timmons|
|2006–2007||Whitney Jefferson||Allison Lampner (2006)
|Thomas Murawski||Pauley Chea||Julie Amenta||Meghan McCormick||Thomas Wood (2006)||Samantha Freda||Nicholas Hennessey||Heather Warren|
|2007–2008||Thomas Murawski||Julie Amenta||Sara Bombalicki||Ryan Green||Caitlin Nuclo||Daniel Ferguson||Kerry McConnell||Samantha Freda||Brandon Cardwell||Nicholas Hennessey|
|2008–2009||Thomas Murawski||Julie Amenta||Sara Bombalicki||Ryan Green||Kristin Zuvich||Daniel Ferguson||Kerry McConnell||Austin Keneshea||Daniel Simonelli||Justin Mintzes|
|2009–2010||Ezra Okon||Kira Crimi||Mateo Gonzalez||AJ Jorgensen||Kyla Hickey||Daniel Willis||Joey Homza
Noëlle Horelik (2010)
Joey Homza (2010)
|Nick Cinea||Mike Schiraldi|
|2010–2011||Mateo Gonzalez||Chelsea Miller||Ryan Riggio||AJ Jorgensen||Scott Mamrosh||Daniel Willis
Ryan Riggio (interim)
|Keith Marron||Joey Homza||Kate Bradley||Mike Schiraldi|
|2011–2012||Mateo Gonzalez||Chelsea Miller||Ryan Riggio||AJ Jorgensen||Amy McDavitt||Marco Ventimiglia||Robert Quinn||Amanda Price||Heather McVey||Nathan Murphy||discontinued (see "Head of Training" below)|
|2012-2013||Nathan Murphy||Cristobal Ortega||Alfred Garcia||Rosario Scalise||Gabrielle Levesque||Chris Dugan||Sam Tracy||Amanda Price||Rachel Eldracher (2012)
David Friedman (2013)
|Academic Year||Head of Training||General Assistant||Productions Assistant||Finance Assistant||Operations Assistant||Archivist||Web Developer||Executive Assistant|
|2008-2009||--||--||Marcella Rooney||Ezra Okon||AJ Jorgensen||Carla Humphrey/Mike Schiraldi||--||--|
|2009–2010||--||--||Chelsea Miller||Ryan Riggio||Ryan Green||Ethan Ide||David Furnes||--|
|2010-2011||--||--||--||Marco Ventimiglia||--||discontinued||David Furnes||--|
|2011-2012||Scott Mamrosh||--||TBA||Alfred Garcia||TBA||discontinued||David Furnes||Cristobal Ortega|
|2012-2013||Sara Tewksbury||Brooke Foti (2013)||Nicole Biancuzzo (2013)||--||Tomasz Walczak||discontinued||David Furnes||--|
UCTV launched its own website in 2003 at uctv.uconn.edu. Since then, the site has undergone a number of transformations in order to expand the site and make it more interactive for viewers. In 2008, the new uctv.uconn.edu website was launched, offering staff profiles, picture galleries and full episodes of all UCTV shows. The site was further improved in the spring of 2010. Plans are currently in the works to offer live streaming video of UCTV-14 on the website.
- "UCTV 20th Premiere Week starts today". Dailycampus.com. 2010-09-26. Retrieved 2012-01-27.
- "‘Campus Daily’ may become ‘The Soup’ of UConn". Dailycampus.com. 2010-09-09. Retrieved 2012-01-27.
- "Holla Day" today on UCTV
- "UCTV makes ‘Jersey Shore’ parody". Dailycampus.com. Retrieved 2012-01-27.
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